In an ideal world, we would all have perfect skin. Although this may not be possible, South Africans now have access to world-class treatment thanks to the NuSkinnovation Skin And Laser Clinic (Pretoria). NuSkinnovation is ready to bring you as close to flawless with the latest techniques and products in the skin and laser market.


NuSkinnovation Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria


NuSkinnovation is one of the most trusted and respected skin and laser clinics in South Africa, with our head office based in Centurion, Gauteng. We are proud to have multiple branches around the country, where we can provide the same excellent service to as many South Africans as possible.


You can find NuSkinnovation beauty and aesthetic clinics in Cape Town, Mpumalanga, Port Elizabeth and more, including Pretoria.


Getting the right treatment to protect and extend the longevity of your skin is closer than you think. If you are based in or near Pretoria and looking for the solution to healthy, youthful-looking skin, or have any other beauty concerns, then continue reading to find out how our Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria can help you.


Common Skin Concerns Addressed At Our Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria


Caring for your skin is essential for both your physical and emotional well-being. Your skin is your body’s largest organ, which is crucial in protecting you from outside environmental factors. However, our skin faces daily exposure to pollution, stress, and ageing, which takes a physical and visible toll on the skin’s health and appearance.


That’s why at NuSkinnovation, we offer a range of specialised and fully customisable treatments designed to rejuvenate and nourish your skin, restoring its natural radiance and youthfulness. Our skilled professionals understand that each individual has unique skincare needs, and we are committed to providing personalised solutions that enhance your confidence and add to your self-care routine.


Some of our most common treatments and skin care concerns that we generally address include the following:


Acne Scars:


Many people will suffer from acne in their youth from unhealthy skin, hormones and environmental pollution, but most people grow out of it as they age or can treat and eradicate it.


However, in more severe cases, acne can result in painful acne lesions that damage the layers of skin below the surface, the deeper layers, and this leaves permanent scars that cannot be concealed.


Laser treatments, such as fractional laser resurfacing, can help stimulate collagen production, promoting skin regeneration and reducing the appearance of acne scars.




Wrinkles And Fine Lines:


Our natural collagen supply diminishes as our body stops producing as much as we age. The lack of collagen leads to less elasticity in our skin, one of the most common visual signs of ageing. Prolonged exposure to the sun rapidly increases the rate at which our skin ages, resulting in sun damage, uneven tone and a looser appearance of the skin. There is no escaping ageing, but there is an effective way to treat it.


Laser skin resurfacing treatment gently removes damaged skin layers and promotes collagen production. The fresh new layers of skin and improved elasticity and glow after increased collagen production result in smoother, rejuvenated skin with reduced wrinkles.




Hyperpigmentation refers to areas of the skin that appear darker than the surrounding skin due to an excess of melanin. Laser treatments, such as intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy or fractional lasers, target and break down the excess melanin, leading to a more even skin tone.


Sunspots and age spots:


Sunspots are darkened patches of skin caused by sun exposure over time. Laser treatments can effectively target and break down the pigment in sunspots, leading to a more even complexion.


Vascular Lesions:


Vascular lesions, such as spider veins, broken capillaries, or vascular birthmarks, are caused by an abnormality in the blood vessels. A laser can selectively target and coagulate the blood vessels, reducing the appearance of vascular lesions.


Tattoo Removal:


Laser tattoo removal uses specific wavelengths of laser energy to break down the colour pigments in the tattoo into smaller particles that are then naturally absorbed and destroyed by the body. Different types of lasers are used based on the colours and depth of the tattoo ink.


skin-and-laser-treatment-pretoria-laser-on-skin (1)-min


Laser Hair Removal At A Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria


Women and men seek out laser hair removal as a permanent and hassle-free solution to solve the problem of irritating hair growth in the wrong areas. Our treatments at NuSkinnovation leave skin looking and feeling smooth all year round.


Like the rest of South Africa, Pretoria generally experiences warmer weather and warrants wearing cooler, loose-fitting clothes. Winter months make it easy to deal with and conceal body hair, but many people choose to shave or wax when the warmer seasons come, as they don’t want to have body hair for various reasons.


The ability to have life-long silky-smooth skin is appealing and achievable thanks to laser hair removal.


Laser hair removal targets hair follicles with laser energy, damaging the hair where it grows, resulting in reduced hair growth as the hair enters the next cycle of growth without the follicle. The laser targets the hair follicle and is effectively absorbed by the melanin in the hair, which gives the hair follicles colour.


Laser hair removal can typically be performed on various body parts, including the face to remove lip hair and eyebrow hair, half to full legs, arms, underarms, bikini line or Brazilian and back. Other areas can also be treated. A consultation with your treatment therapist will determine what can be treated with laser and how.


Multiple laser treatment sessions are required for effective and long-lasting results. This is because hair grows in cycles, and laser hair removal is most effective during the hair follicle’s active growth phase (anagen phase). Since not all hair follicles are in the same growth phase at any given time, multiple sessions are needed to treat all active hair follicles. On average, 6 to 8 treatment sessions may be required, spaced several weeks apart, to achieve the desired results.


After the treatment, there may be some temporary side effects. These can include redness, swelling, and mild discomfort in the treated area, which usually subside within a few hours or days. It is essential to protect the treated area from sun exposure and follow the aftercare instructions provided by your dermatologist or laser technician.


Laser side effects are minor compared to the constant cycle of needing to wax, shave and maintain unwanted body hair.


It is also worth noting that laser hair removal works best on individuals with darker hair and lighter skin because the laser targets the melanin in the hair follicles. Individuals with lighter hair colours for darker skin tones may require different types of lasers or alternative hair removal methods. Still, a professional laser therapist consultation will determine the best way forward for effective treatment. Lasers can be customised for each treatment and individual.


laser-clinic-cape-town-laser-treatment (1) (1) (1)-min


Laser Skin Resurfacing At Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria


You know how laser hair removal works, but did you know that lasers can safely and effectively be used on your skin too? We’re talking face, neck, hands and more.


Laser skin resurfacing is a cosmetic procedure that aims to improve the skin’s texture and appearance. This is achieved by removing or destroying the outer, damaged skin layers, which increases collagen production.


Visit NuSkinnovation Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria to undergo a consultation and determine the best treatment for your skin needs.


After laser skin resurfacing, common after-effects vary depending on the type and intensity of the laser used. These can include redness, swelling, itching, and a sensation similar to a sunburn. The treated area may also peel or crust as the new skin forms. Following post-treatment instructions provided by your dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon is crucial to promote proper healing and minimise complications.


The number of treatments required for laser skin resurfacing depends on various factors, such as the specific skin concern being treated, the severity of the condition, and the type of laser used. In some cases, significant improvement can be achieved in just one treatment session. However, more extensive or severe skin conditions may require multiple treatment sessions, typically spaced several weeks apart.


South African Climate And Why You Need NuSkinnovation Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria


All regions of the world have different climates, and South Africa’s climate, like the rest of the world, has both positive and negative effects on our bodies.


South Africa has a diverse climate with four distinct seasons. Summer is sweltering due to the country’s proximity to the equator, and whilst winter is not freezing, it is certainly cold and dry.


One of the biggest factors affecting your skin in South Africa is the sun, as we experience powerful and damaging UV rays.


You’re more likely to experience the following if you live in South Africa:


Sun Damage:


The country has a high level of sun exposure due to its location and climate. Whilst the South African sun makes it a popular spot for tourists and locals to enjoy the beach and tan, prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays leads to sunburn, and as we know, sunburn leads to premature ageing, and more concerningly, an increased risk of skin cancer. Without proper sun protection, such as sunscreen and protective clothing, the intense South African sun can cause damage to the skin.




The Northern, Eastern and Western Cape regions of South Africa are the driest, particularly areas within that experience low humidity levels. Dry air quickly causes moisture to evaporate from the skin, leading to dryness, flakiness, and irritation, which can worsen conditions like eczema. Pretoria’s location in Gauteng also marks it as a dry location, which is why a Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria is essential for upkeep and care to fight off dryness.




Certain regions in South Africa, mainly the coastal areas like the Western Cape can be windy. Strong winds strip away the skin’s natural moisture, leading to dryness on the forehead, nose and cheeks, all-around irritation, and chapped lips. Wind can also carry dust and other pollutants, irritating the skin or clogging pores.




The South African landscape has vast plant species, including trees, grasses, and flowers. Pollen and other allergens from these plants can trigger allergic reactions in susceptible individuals, leading to redness, itching, and skin inflammation. Hay fever is prevalent, as well as general allergies in springtime.




Urban areas in South Africa may experience high levels of air pollution due to industrial activities, traffic, and other factors. Pollutants in the air, such as exhaust fumes, can settle on the skin and contribute to clogged pores, inflammation, and skin irritation.


skin-and-laser-clinic-pretoria-laser-tech (1)-min


Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria, South Africa


South Africa is beautiful, but the climate isn’t always kind to our skin. Whether you’re suffering from dryness, sunspots, pigmentation, want to get rid of unwanted hair for good, or any other issues, visit NuSkinnovation Skin And Laser Clinic Pretoria to begin your journey to healthy, flawless skin.


× How can I help you? Available on SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday